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My creative process is nowhere near as draining, that probably explains why I’ve never been all that creative!
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I would have preferred a screen shot of Mark Wahlberg’s face from The Happening as the image for this post, but I’m lazy, so this is what you get!
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Howard Hawks’ answer to High Noon!
Marilyn Monroe or Ginger Rogers, tough choice, but if some serum allows me the chance to get with Marilyn and not worry about the consequences you know what I’m doing!
Cary Grant has more than enough charm to pass himself off as a woman, I firmly believe this!
A pet leopard would be awesome, from what I’ve heard shagging Katharine Hepburn would be even, uh, awesomer!